Memorials to Fallen K-9s 
The F.A.S.T. Co. donates sets of memorial cards to all partners 
 I need your help to inform me of such losses.

Dept. addresses available for those who want to send condolences to officers. See below

In Loving Memory of 
 Sept. 16, 1992 - Oct. 20, 1999 
Handler: Deputy Doug Rollison 
Leavenworth Sheriff's Department
300 Walnut Street
Leavenworth, KS 66048
Training That We Received 
March 15, 1996- Drug Detection and Tracking 
Detector Dogs International Omaha, NE  
May 16, 1997- Drug Detection and Tracking 
Detector Dogs International Omaha, NE 
June 15, 1999 Drug Detection Team 
NAPWDA-Raytown Mo. Nationals 
A tribute to Keesha 
Life began on September 16, 1992 
"She started as a 'dog,' but ended as a  
'True Deputy' that we all loved." 
Keesha started her Law Enforcement Career at the Atchison County Sheriff's Department in 1996. This was her second car that she patrolled. She worked for Atchison approximately 3 1/2 years. We worked together for the Leavenworth County Sheriff's Department  in 1998. That is where Keesha was working when she died. Keesha was eulogized 
with Guardians Of  The Night 

   K-9 KAI  
I now have Kai and have had him since December 1999.  He is a little over four years old.  He came from Czechoslovakia  and has all his commands in Czech. He is certified in narcotics, tracking, and article search.  He is doing really well at aggression work we just haven't been to a seminar to get him certified. Our patrol vehicle is a 2000 Ford Explorer and we mainly work days. We still miss Keesha very much.  We have a memorial set up for her in our living room.  Just to remind you of the events that led to her death, we were at our south station getting gas and I always let her out to take care of business and we would go play in a nearby field. This time she took off after something and was killed on the highway.  The driver left the scene and called it in anonymously.  It really helped in our time of sorrow to know that somebody was thinking about our loss on the other side of the nation. 
It's because of Doug, that I didn't give up my passion to print cards for K9s.